The Kilroys!

I’m so proud to be a member of the new cohort of the Kilroys! For the past five years The Kilroys have been advocating for equal representation of woman, trans, and non-binary writers on American stages. For some fucking reason, the problem isn't solved yet. I'm beyond thrilled to join a fresh new gang of fearless badass leaders to carry on the torch until the American theater gets its shit together. The new members are Jaclyn Backhaus, Hilary Bettis, Jennifer Chambers, Claudia de Vasco, Emma Goidel, Christina Ham, Jessica Hanna, Monet Hurst-Mendoza, Obehi Janice, Hansol Jung, Chelsea Marcantel, Caroline V. McGraw (me!), Bianca Sams, and Gina Young. More info available at American Theatre.

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I Get Restless @ Lark Playwrights' Week

I Get Restless will be read on 11/1 as part of The Lark's Playwrights' Week. You can reserve tickets here and read more about Playwrights' Week here

I Get Restless
by Caroline V. McGraw
directed by Eddie Prunoske
Featuring Carter Hudson, Taylor Schilling, Brendan Titley, Zenzi Williams, and Mitchell Winter.
Wednesday, November 1
7pm at The Lark, 311 W. 43rd Street

About the Play: Hazel just started a job at a top law firm, bought a condo, and married a man who adores her. But, after an accident on her honeymoon, she can't remember how--or anything else about the past six years. Now Hazel must find out who she is without the help of who she was. A story about the wonders and horrors of second chances. 

 

 

 

 

 

Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys reading @ The Abingdon December 15

The Abingdon is doing a reading of Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys for their Ghostlight series. Info below. 

Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys by Caroline V. McGraw/Directed by Danya Taymor

Thursday, December 15th @ 7pm

Click HERE to reserve your complimentary tickets now! Abingdon Theatre Company (312 West 36th Street, June Havoc Theatre, 1st Floor) Lobby will open at 6:30pm.

The Play: Brandy is the city’s most sought-after birthday party clown, and she’s never let her drinking, gambling, and bed-hopping interfere with her work—until now. Her teenage boyfriend won’t stop calling, her clients are getting needy…and the monster under her bed is growing restless. Weaving fantasy and clowning with brutal reality, Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys asks…what is the price of growing up?

The Ensemble: Owen Campbell (Indian Summer, Playwrights Horizons), Quincy Dunn-Baker (The Layover, Second Stage), Elise Kibler (The Heidi Chronicles, Broadway), Nate Miller (Ripcord, Manhattan Theatre Club), Kristin Villanueva (Here Lies Love), and Zoe Winters (Small Mouth Sounds, Ars Nova)